There is a school of thought that views cross-dressing as a way for inadequate males—who aren’t really inadequate, I must stress, they only feel that way; which is bad enough, of course—to gain a sense of self-worth, by emulating in themselves the traits that they view to be most desirable in another person: to wit, a sweetly feminine face, gorgeous long hair (for me, at least), a killer figure rocking a little black dress, and so on. Although it’s important to not lose sight of the possible (and very likely) genetic component, I think this school of thought has some merit. It certainly seems that most of us (probably a significant majority) are pretty down on our male selves, and “pretty down” is probably a serious understatement. When society places such a premium on female beauty, what could be more natural than to want some of that action for ourselves? (Please note that this theory applies to the heterosexual cross-dressers among us; transsexuals are something else altogether. They don’t just want the adoration that comes with being a beautiful woman—they really are women.) Anyway, this caption takes this approach to its logical, if slightly unseemly, conclusion. Enjoy!